|'Green Fire' Documentary Screening At Bath County Public Library|
Warm Springs, VA (August 6, 2018) - Genevieve Goss, Upper James Program Manager, Valley Conservation Council will bring the award winning documentary, Green Fire for a one time screening in the Craven Room at the Bath County Public Library. This event is open to the public and will take place from 6 PM to 7:30 PM on Tuesday, August 21, 2018.
The documentary film traces the life of Aldo Leopold, author of A Sand County Almanac, how he shaped the modern conservation movement, and how he continues to inspire projects that connect people and the land they live on. Adults of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend this special programming to gain insight and knowledge about conservation and to connect with other community members.
Valley Conservation Council has free screening privileges of this film and offers this program free to libraries and other public groups. The Valley Conservation Council is a nonprofit, member supported land trust based in Staunton, Virginia with an 11 county service area including the Shenandoah Valley and the Alleghany Highlands.
The Bath Branch of Rockbridge Regional Library is open Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday 10 AM â€“ 6 PM, Tuesday Noon â€“ 8 PM, Friday Noon â€“ 4 PM, and Saturday 10 AM â€“ 2 PM. Visit us online at www.rrlib.net
Rockbridge Regional Library System (RRLS) serves the counties of Rockbridge and Bath and the cities of Lexington and Buena Vista. RRLS has branches in Buena Vista, Glasgow, Goshen, Warm Springs and Lexington. Outreach and bookmobile services are provided across the region. It is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a United Way agency.